Google and Johnson & Johnson announced a partnership to produce robots capable of assisting surgeons in the operating room. It's unclear what the robots will look like or what duties they will perform.
Google successfully secured a patent for a wristband that could detect tumor cells in the body. Even though the device is still at least five years away from FDA approval, the possibilities for the device are endless.
As a way for the company to help in the fight against Ebola, Google developed an Ebola-proof Android tablet based on a Sony Xperia tablet. The tablets were specifically designed for health workers in Sierra Leone.
Apple reportedly reduced its order for the Apple Watch from a range of 2.5 million to 3 million to a revised target of 1.25 million to 1.5 million. Display manufacturing issues are the reason behind the cut.
You've got your bracket all filled out, you've got your favorites and upsets picked, now you just have to watch the games and see who wins. We've got some great apps to accompany your March Madness experience to make sure you see every moment.
Research into complex disease is dramatically changing, thanks to apps like Asthma Health based on Apple’s ResearchKit, which aims to turn the smartphone into a potent medical device that can count calories and help contribute to clinical studies.
Apple's first wearable isn't even out in stores yet, but already we're hearing about the Apple Watch 2. One analyst says it may be a standalone device, have and OLED screen, and arrive later this year.
Microsoft's working on a clever piece of wearable tech that's designed to help blind people navigate around cities, and open up the world around them. If everything comes together, it could accelerate the development of truly smart cities